Eun Kyung Kim- TODAY
Joe Biden may be considering another presidential run, but top Democratic campaign strategist David Axelrod says he would advise the vice president against challenging Hillary Clinton for the party's nomination.
"I would not, because I know what it takes to put a presidential campaign together and it is late in the game," Axelrod said Monday on TODAY. "Secretary Clinton, for all her problems, some of them self-inflicted, still has a very high rating among Democrats, and that of course is what determines who the nominee will be, and a big head start."
Speculation surfaced over the weekend about another White House run for Biden, who has not confirmed whether he will join the former secretary of state in the Democratic race. New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd recently wrote that Biden could be eying a third run for the White House following the death of his son, Beau Biden, who before he died reportedly made his father promise to make another attempt.